Richard Burton was in his thirties when some street punks said some insulting remark to him and he started fighting. They got him down on the street and kicked him repeatedly in the back, giving him back pain for life. This probably contributed to his pill taking and alcoholism.
Think of it. All those wonderful experiences of living with Elizabeth Taylor on a yacht; making the artistic Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and the exiting Where Eagles Dare with Clint Eastwood. All that wonderful time having to put up with back pain just because he didn't pass the street punks and go off on his prosperous lifestyle.
A month shy of his 59th birthday he got into a bar fight which went out into the streets where his challengers repeatedly hit his head on the cement. He died two day later of a brain hemorrhage. An onlooker said, "Burton was murdered." (No one was prosecuted.)
I tell my James Bond Lifestyle students to NOT fight street punks with Bond-style karate. These days it's all guns and knives anyway. Besides, it's not a fair fight. If you kill him, he loses his low class lifestyle. (And you get 20 years for manslaughter.) If he kills you, you lose your rich lifestyle, great job, home, cool girlfriend, and cash in your pocket. (He gets away.)
It's tough for men to pass up an intimidating insult or bullying from low life street punks who hang around convenience stores and gas stations looking for trouble. But your families should not spend their lives in court trying to get justice for your death. YOU should be taking your family to exciting places, teaching them enjoying them.
The next time you see a possible altercation with a street jerk, get in the car and take your family safely home. The next day take them to Disneyland and let the street punks hang around the dirty streets.
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